London in the Sky is Back for 2019 & Booking Now

London in the Sky, the alfresco airbourne dining experience, returns to London this summer for another series of unique dining experiences – this time at the O2

Back for its longest run ever, London in the Sky serves up specially curated menus, from breakfast, through lunch, prosecco and cake, dinner and cocktails at 100ft-high Sky Tables.

Hovering by the O2 Arena on Greenwich Peninsula, the dining experiences – crafted by socially aware caterers Social Pantry – are served up alongside spectacular views and a calendar of special events such as one-off flights, vegan menus and afternoon teas.

London’s perennial favourite, Bottomless Brunch, will be served on 19 May, 13 June and 11 July, while on 3 May you can get High In The Sky with a CBD-themed flight serving cocktails infused with the calming, naturally derived and – importantly – non-psychoactive extract from the cannabis plant. From 9-13 May, select lunchtime flights will incorporate a sommelier and wine flight to celebrate London Wine Week.

There will also be a Sky-High Tea, a quintessentially British afternoon tea of scones, sandwiches, hand-crafted cakes and bubbles, on 6 May, and the rather wonderful sounding Sun Salutations version of London in the Sky, where you can start your day with sunrise yoga before a nourishing vegan brunch at 100ft as the city stirs into life on 5 May.

Other special events held at the Sky Tables include Sax In The Sky, with live saxophone performances from The Sax Man alongside cocktails, a comedian-hosted evening at Cocktails and Comedy, and Singles in the Sky mixer evenings.

All menus will be prepared and served in front of guests at the 22-seat Sky Tables, with drinks created by top mixologists and special-edition cocktails, menus and more to be announced throughout the run.

Now in its ninth year, London in the Sky has visited some of London’s most recognisable locations, from the South Bank and Tower Bridge to the prestigious Chelsea College of Arts.

Booking from 1 May to 15 July with tickets from £89. Flights run between 8.30am and 8.30pm. To book see londoninthesky.co.uk


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